The University of Montana performing group known as Zootown Cabaret will move their cancelled event from the stage to the screen. They'll present "There Will Be Light: A Virtual Cabaret" on Friday, May 1st at 7:30 PM. Of course, because of the stay-at-home order that's been in place the show has undergone some serious changes. What was once scheduled to be an in-person show will now be shown through YouTube.

Tune in to see a night of performances that will feature songs from some of theater's biggest shows! It's pretty amazing to see how they were able to pull this whole thing together. Watch the video below to see an explanation of everybody recording their individual parts and then having them edited to together. It sounds like a bunch of hours and work went into preparing the show.

Pretty cool! The conductor, performers, musicians.....all doing their parts solo and having it combined into a finished performance.

“There Will Be Light: A Virtual Cabaret”
7:30 PM on Friday, May 1 via YouTube.
The link will be posted on the group’s Facebook event page.

You'll have to watch as it airs if you want to see the show. It's a one-time performance. The event is free to watch.

Read more about the Zootown Cabaret and what went into bringing this performance online in this Missoulian article.

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